This season's trendy wedding attire

Kannada film actors Neethu, Ramya Barna, and Radhika Pandit as well as Mumbai TV star Roopal Thyagi walked the ramp, showcasing a vast bridal collection in the city recently. Gorgeous lo

Published: 09th April 2012 08:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 10:27 PM   |  A+A-


Kannada film actors Neethu, Ramya Barna, and Radhika Pandit as well as Mumbai TV star Roopal Thyagi walked the ramp, showcasing a vast bridal collection in the city recently.

Gorgeous looking Roopal Thyagi dressed in a pure white gown showcased a Christian bride, while Ramya Barna as a Muslim bride sizzled the ramp with a red ghaghra, blended well with perfect stone work and embedded on a golden fabric.

Radhika Pandit, displaying an Indian bridal look, was adorned in a pink Kanjeevaram saree with a simple golden border.

Bright red and pink hues gave an added glamour and elegance to the various ensembles showcased by the actors.

Displaying a North Indian bridal look, the South Indian heartthrob Neetu walked with a lot of class.

The designer netted saree was a mixture of dazzling green and red.

Sandalwood actress dressed like brides from different parts of the country created the perfect wedding ambience for all those who witnessed the show.

Every bride has a dream to make her big-day memorable.

She looks forward to a colourful and remarkable day with apparel which is rich in designs and bright in hues.

Every bride during her wedding would like to stand out with pride and carry a graceful appearance.

The team of four, modelcum- actors, in the show represented different religions and regions of the country through their different attire.

They sported Kanjeevaram, uppadas and Jamdanis, lehenga sarees, zarikotas, paithanis, patolas, banarasi and other designer collection sarees with luxurious designs with ghagras, gowns and langadavnis.

Sarees, lehenga and ghagras were embedded with a wide variety of stones - red, blue, green and others like pearls contrasting the material with geometrical and circular designs.

The models wore finely woven Kanjeevaram sarees of different colours - red, royal blue, purple, maroon and matched by contrasting temple borders, mostly woven in golden colour.

The sarees with wide borders of varied coloured threads, and striped style pallus woven in a simple tribal style which is a hallmark style of Kanjeevaram sarees brought out its elegance beautifully.

Traditional Kanjeevaram sarees had no contrasting colours for blouse material which was attached with the saree unlike the blouse woven with ghaghras and lehengas which had a perfect contrast.

Speaking about the new bridal collection, Ramya Barna, Sandalwood actor said, “There are wide varieties of colours and patterns available under one roof with an exclusive collection for a bride to choose.

But this outfit and the elegance of the ghaghra has given me an absolutely unique look.

This is one common place for brides of all religions to carry away their looks with pride.

Hence, I feel proud to be a part of this show.

” Kalanikethan too brought out every bride’s wishes and dreams come true, ushering in the wedding season and bringing out a wide variety of collection for brides at its Jayanagar outlet recently.

This wedding season, brides-to-be can try sarees with dazzling colours like purple, which is contemporary and trendy with rich and unique designs by setting aside the unadorned white saree with a red border and maroon sarees for the reception which is a regular in most of thesouth Indian weddings.

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